By Alyssa S. Rosen, J.D., M.L.S., M.F.A., Reference / Environmental Law Librarian & Adjunct Professor at Pace Law Library In anticipation of president-elect Donald Trump’s taking office, scientists have been working round the clock to safeguard federal government climate change data. Many academics and librarians share the concern that federal .gov climate data and information, for example from the EPA and NOAA websites, will be lost or become unavailable with the transition to the new administration . . . Read More
Law Library Association of Greater New York
Welcome to the official website of LLAGNY, the Law Library Association of Greater New York. We are an association of information and knowledge professionals, dedicated in service to law libraries, legal knowledge management centers, the profession of law, and the legal community in New York City and its metropolitan area. Our membership ranks are drawn from law firms, academic institutions, courts, bar associations, corporate law offices, and the vendors who provide products and services to the legal profession.
This website will guide you through the work of the board, various committees, and upcoming educational and networking events.
Sarah Kagen, President 2016-2017
2017 Legal Tech New York Conference Grant: Up to $1,500.00
One (1) grant will be awarded this year to a LLAGNY member wishing to attend this conference to discover the latest in legal technology trends. Proof of registration and expenses and a Law Lines article will be required of the recipient.
JOIN US FOR OUR ANNUAL WINTER MEETING on Tuesday, January 10th, 2017 from 6 – 9 p.m. at The Ainsworth Midtown 45 East 33rd St. (north side of street, between Madison and Park) 6 train to 33rd St. stop Cost: $25.00 per person Please RSVP by Friday, January 6th REGISTER HERE for this event By attending this event, you consent to being photographed for possible use in LLAGNY promotional materials without compensation.